Author and video game designer, Brian Freyermuth, wants two things for his characters: hope and meaning. It doesn't matter if they're trying to survive after an apocalypse in the video game, "Fallout", learning how to fly the Starship Enterprise in "Star Trek: Starfleet Academy", or saving Wasteland in "Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two", Brian wants hope for his characters and wants their lives and actions to mean something.
"Demon Dance" and "Mind of the Beast" are no exception. He and his wife, Juliet, created a world where the supernatural is dependent on popular belief. Every character has hopes, dreams and purpose, whether it's a coffee barista who is learning Voodoo from her brother or a Norse Goddess who spends her days as a librarian.
Brian is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and Horror Writer Association. His other game credits include "Run Like Hell", "WWE All Stars" and "Lichdom: Battlemage". He is currently working at TellTale Games.
Brian lives in the beautiful wine country of Sonoma County. On weekends, he and his wife like to take day trips with their son to Bodega Bay, Armstrong Redwoods or Lake Chabot.
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